Under Clause 61 of our constitional Magna Carta, which was sworn by on March 3rd, 2020, the Canadian Nationalist Party is today giving advanced notice of our intent to seize property, hereby known as the “Redvers Cenotaph”, whose rightful ownership is currently disputed.
We are understood that the last amendment of this property was performed on March 2nd, 2002, that ‘The Redvers Homemaker’s Club’ has since disbanded, and that “the care of the War Memorial was turned over to the Legion”.
Being entrusted to the care of a memorial does not imply lawful ownership of property.
Therefore, unless ‘The Redvers Homemaker’s Club’ can come forward and claim ownership of the property, it must be assumed to be part of the public commons.
We propose the following conditions:
- Anyone who intends to use the property must give the public advanced notice and must not conflict with nor unnecessarily burden others who wish to use the space.
- Anyone who uses the property must leave it at least as well off as they found it.
- Honour and recognize, in good faith, the memory of the soldiers who sacrificed in defense of our national sovereignty from foreign entities as listed on the monument.
Any person(s) of the realm objecting to this notice of intent to seize property is required to come forward without delay and make known their grievances.
Parcel Number = 112535041
*Disclaimer: a previous version of this notice proposed the following condition which has since been amended for the sake of clarity: “Honour and recognize, in good faith, the memory of the soldiers who gave their lives in the Great War of 1914 – 1918 as listed on the monument.”
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